Ted Nordhaus: Carbon Pricing Has to be Imposed Slowly, to Avoid Yellow Vest Riots

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Ted Nordhaus, nephew of Nobel Prize winning climate economist William Nordhaus, thinks the solution to eliminating CO2 is to impose a wide range of cost of living increases gradually, to avoid policy flashpoints which could trigger yellow vest style riots. CLIMATE CHANGE REQUIRES BIG SOLUTIONS. BUT BABY STEPS ARE THE…

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First Data from NASA’s OCO-3 Mission: ‘CO2, I See You’

From NASA Global Climate Change Features | July 12, 2019 NASA’s Orbiting Carbon Observatory-3 (OCO-3), the agency’s newest carbon dioxide-measuring mission to launch into space, has seen the light. From its perch on the International Space Station, OCO-3 captured its first glimpses of sunlight reflected by Earth’s surface on June 25, 2019. Just weeks later,…

Don’t make me turn this research around!

Coaching scientists to play well together News Release 18-Jul-2019 Free tool shows how to avoid fights over data and authorship conflicts Northwestern University ‘You stole my idea’ or ‘I’m not getting credit for my work’ are common disputes Only tool validated by research to help scientists collaborate smoothly Many NSF and NIH grants now require…

Crenshaw Introduces Bipartisan Carbon Capture Legislation

U.S. Congressman Dan Crenshaw Proudly Serving Texas’s 2nd Congressional District Press Releases Washington, July 18, 2019 Tags: Energy WASHINGTON, DC – Representative Dan Crenshaw, joined by Representatives Cuellar (TX-28), Flores (TX-17), Gonzalez (TX-15), Lamb (PA-17), Lucas (OK-3) and Walberg (MI-7), introduced the Launching Energy Advancement and Development through Innovations for Natural Gas (LEADING) Act of…